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For a mathematician, a number can be whole, an integer, rational, irrational, real, or imaginary. I may have missed a few others. For the rest of us, living in the physical world, numbers can only be good or bad. We’re always in search of the right number. It’s pretty simple. Say for example, you’ve got a million in the bank. One could safely assume, irrespective of the type of currency, that’s probably good. But, if your blood work indicates you have a million platelets; a million might not be so good.
A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers.
For a traveler, we come across numbers every day. A trip starts with a number. How much do you have in your bank account before a trip. How much after? How many days of leave will your boss grant you? How many places would you be able…
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